On December 4, 2017, the Alameda County Psychological Association (ACPA) named PTR as Community Organization of the Year in recognition of PTR’s leadership and advocacy.
Our refugee and asylum-seeking clients face an uphill climb out of poverty, struggling with the challenges of housing, employment, learning a new language and more, all while carrying the wounds of past traumatic experiences with them. Partnerships for Trauma Recovery believes in holistic care of our clients through addressing their basic needs. Your donation of as little as $25 will make a critical difference by directly helping clients obtain medicine, food and bus fare. Please visit our GoFundMe campaign and give today.
Are you an experienced, licensed psychologist with extensive trauma-informed, cross-cultural clinical experience? Do you maintain a commitment to human rights and social justice? If so, learn more about our Supervising Staff Psychologist position.
The diversity of refugee and asylum seeking communities who come to the United States seeking safety from around the world is limitless. PTR thanks Palo Alto University’s Center for Excellence in Diversity for this honor.
The Oakland Post features PTR clinical intern Nouf Alrashid in “Oakland Schools Face Increased Challenges to Support Newcomer Students”
This Oakland Post article features Nouf Alrashid, one of our clinical interns, and the work she is doing with youth through Partnerships for Trauma Recovery at Oakland International High School. Read more here.
- Over 130 international survivors were given the opportunity to heal from their trauma.
- Clients included women, men and children from 29 countries including Afghanistan, Cameroon, DR Congo, El Salvador, Eritrea, Guatemala, Honduras, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Mexico, Syria, Uganda, Venezuela, Yemen and more.
- Clinicians provided 25 psychological evaluations for asylum seekers who sought legal immigration status to escape targeted violence in their home country and at least 10 clients already received asylum status, avoiding deportation.
- PTR trained a team of clinical interns with the capacity to collectively serve over 3500 more survivors over the course of their careers!
“The training at PTR is long, dense, and tough but extremely rewarding—as training programs should be, in my opinion! It’s training that not only extends to PTR’s clients but to patients in every setting around the Bay Area. Thanks to PTR, I’m able to serve this population with the integrity that they deserve.” – Jasmit Metla, 2016-2017 Global Healing and Human Rights Graduate
On September 5th, our Global Healing and Human Rights cohort began its journey to help 165 international survivors heal from their trauma. Please support us to continue this critical work.
If you would like to make a referral to our Mosaic Healing Center in Berkeley, please see information and fill out our online referral form here.